The enormity of the universe is lovely and lowering—the stars indications of billions of lives spent, in astronomer Carl Sagan’s words, “on a mote of dust, suspended in a sunbeam.” In any case, as our populace develops, so too lights contamination, obfuscating the air and everyone of that lies past it. Today, as few as 500 stars are apparent from numerous urban ranges.
In any case, joyfully that is simply not the situation for these dozen regions; where upwards of 15,000 individual pinpricks of light can be seen with the stripped eye. They’re not precisely advantageous—but rather that is somewhat the point.
Whenever stargazing, bring water, covers, seats, and an equitable on the off chance that spotlight, yet don’t drag a telescope into the wild. Eyes alone are adequate to test a significant part of the wonders uncovered by dull skies: the Milky Way, meteorites, and faint satellites befuddling the skies. Here, then, are a portion of the best places in Pakistan for gazing at night.
Lake Saiful Muluk
Shimshal Valley, Hunza
Hispar Snow Lake
Gorakh Hill Station
Hingol National Park